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Chilleen’s on 17

Chilleen’s on 17 originally opened as Kid Chilleen’s Bad ASS BBQ and Steakhouse in February of 2003 by Scott and Donna Chilleen. After many ups and downs Scott and Donna along with daughter Aleah, contacted Spike TV’s Bar Rescue in hopes that they could save an almost bankrupt business. Well they did! Bar Rescue came to the little town of Black Canyon City in late January of 2013. After five days of filming, remodling and staff re-training Kid Chilleen’s reopened, as Chilleen’s on 17. If you wanna check out our episode look up Bar Rescue Season 3 episode 9, “A Horse Walks into a Bar.” Yes, a horse really did walk into the bar but no motorcycles or horses have been in the bar since!

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Old Town Tortilla Factory

Boasting a 1400 square foot flagstone patio that is surrounded by green vegetation and shaded by 100 year old pecan trees, Old Town Tortilla Factory is open daily serving up Southwestern cuisine with a Mexican twist. Enjoy dining on our beautiful outdoor patio where in the winter it is heated to spring like temperatures and in the summer is cooled with a state of the art mist system. Our bar, a separate gazebo boasts over 120 premium tequilas and a complete selection of beers, wine and liquor. Whether you are looking to accommodate an intimate dinner for two or a dinner party for up to three hundred, our loyal and experienced staff are committed to serving you the ultimate Southwest dining experience.

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Stockyards Restaurant

Step through the copper entry doors and feel the warm authentic atmosphere of this classic American Steakhouse. Once adjacent to the largest feedlot in the world, the restaurant is a living history museum that documents Arizona's cattle industry with historical photos and a Western Art collection. Established in 1947, The Stockyards has been serving the best hand-cut aged steaks and prime rib for 70 years. The menu also features wild game, seafood, poultry, pork, and a wide variety of appetizers, salads and desserts. Be sure to visit the 1889 Saloon where you will find a solid mahogany hand carved bar, crystal chandeliers, and walls adorned with original murals that were painted in the 50's. Step back in time and relax while you enjoy an Arizona landmark. Banquet space and private dining rooms are available, and The Stockyards is always an excellent choice for groups.

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